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How can you go wrong with pink rims and white sidewalls?

The pink frame is missing a front fender and the front fender really should extend down further to prevent drenching the riders feet. Otherwise, nice style for cheap cruisers.
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I think the pink bike should have black rims to mix it up. I'd ride that bike if it came with a beach!
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This bike is going nowhere fast.
You may as well lock your bikes to it.
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Our town that we live in is not bike friendly, so I really like this art, if we had something like this maybe more people would ride!
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+Elena Williams answering audience questions after her excellent Hitchhikers Guide to Participating in Open Source talk at  #pycon  2014.
http://pyvideo.org/video/2646/hitchhikers-guide-to-participating-in-open-source
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Sentinels Of The Multiverse: A fun but complicated game.
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Off to a good start on the PyCon 2014 "5k" fun run.
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That's me right in front of you in the green! 
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Touch screens do not belong in cars. Period. They are fundamentally active attention UIs rather than passive controls that could trivially be operated while your attention stays on the road. In vehicle controls also need to last for at least 10 years and not feel crappy in 20.
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In my old '67 Beetle, you tuned a station with the knob, then pull out one of the five buttons and push it back in. Then push it again anytime to return to that station. All the controls were tactile, eyes-on-the-road. (I miss that car) 
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Roborally.
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<3 that game...
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I love the Rocky Horror lips. :) 
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Who at #pycon  is getting up at 4am on Monday to see the blood moon?

Perhaps I should ask who will still be up to see it?
WASHINGTON, April 11, 2014—Sky watchers in North and South America as well as islands on the Pacific  are in for a rare and beautiful sight Monday night and into Tuesday morning, as the first in a ...
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Not at Pycon, but I will be up for it.
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Visiting Montreal and need to do laundry? This is a good place to go. Easy access from the STM. It's clean. It has wifi. The laundry machines accept money via a reusable card which costs $2. Load it with cash (bills only). $3 for a normal "double" load and $1 every 12mins for the dryers. Detergent is available for purchase. Open 09:00-20:00.
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Not destination worthy, but it did serve food.
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Great French dining. Portions were just right; wine selection is spendy ($45+) given the paste prices (~$25) but we'll paired. Ignore the menu & ask for a cheese plate for dessert.
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Great late afternoon lunch. Mussels, burgers & beer.
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Picture dinner in the evening, relatively dark inside at a candle lit table. Out comes a delectable three course Italian meal including a ricotta and pear antipasta finished by a wild boar secondi; with Italian or French wine. Followed by a dessert dollop of marscapone ice cream over figs with tart cherries. Their primis are available in 1/2 portions to ensure you have room to enjoy it all. Quite a delightful evening meal. Good location. Two blocks from an STM station.
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Good, though you can definitely do better. But you're already downtown and want to eat...
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Good hip Ethiopian finger food. Some dishes better than others. Great flavors overall in the two person mixes.
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